Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce is already planning for the future with the manager revealing his plans ahead of the forthcoming transfer.
Bruce and Newcastle have blown hot and cold this season with the former Manchester United man confirming that they will have to make big decision only after securing their Premier League status.
“Look, I have a meeting with Steve Nickson every week when he comes into the training ground. That’s a constant. They will be looking at Bosmans, which are always attractive for obvious reasons.
“The really big decisions have been put on hold until we secure our Premier League status. I think that’s only right. Our total focus is on the club and keeping it in the division. Let’s be fair, a few weeks ago we were really up against it.
“The big, huge discussions should only take place when we have (mathematically) secured our Premier League status, when we know where we are. I cannot see there being swathes of money anywhere in the Premier League.
“The discussions I have had with other managers, the situation is the same. The football world has lost millions during Covid. I cannot see a load of money being spent this summer,” Bruce said as relayed by NUFCblog.
The players who are said to be on the club’s radar include Andros Townsend, who is about to part ways with Crystal Palace with Sheffield United’s John Lundstram being the other name linked with the club.